The Enquirer has an in-depth article about the property sales and purchases Diana Frey and family have made over the last few years. Frey is the former president of the CODE union who has been indited on charges that she embezzled over $700,000 worth of union funds.
What is news to me is that the article reports that a guilty plea is allegedly in the works. The deal is not known, but Frey faces 20 years in prison and a $1.5 million fine. A deal would likely bring down both the jail time and fine, assuming restitution of the stolen money is made in some capacity.
What ever the deal, significant jail time must be part of it. Frey, if convicted, deserves at least a decade behind bars. The other question the Enquirer article brings to mind: who else in her family could be charged with a crime? Will a plea from Frey keep the rest of the family from jail time?